ing his connections with the r December of the same year, ame connected with the NaPark Service, serving in the y of regional inspector. nations on safety are being d to by enrollees stricter present time than ever berhe monthly mass meeting e weekly one have impressed
nber rouwith the Program r. Vlnten c on the
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Forest Heads Meet
. ; To Set Up Budget
Sep- Mrs. Linwood Jeffreys, Park
member of the Florida Board of Forestry, Harry Lee Baker, State Forester, and- C. H. Schaeffer, Procurement Officer State ECW, met of with the executive committee and d to trust fund committee of Highlands an Hammock for the purposes of setities ting up the annual budget and shapark ing the policies of the organization. Slor
ore' Prior to committee meetings, the
lat officials made an ins~tion trip
due of Highlands Hammock State Park was and the Florida Botanical Garden The and boretum. A. C. Altvater, pro, as Ject superintendent of Highlands Sto Camp, conducted them on the tour
ork. through the hammock and garden.
urday Evening Post, Liberty and d Today Magazines and one subscription per company to Adventure, American Forests, American Maga.szine, Argosy, Aviation, Baseball, Blue Book, Current History, Detective Story Magazine, Field and Stream, Film Fun, Cosmopolitan, Home Craft, Hyga, Judge, Leisure, Life, Literary Digest, Midweek Pictorial, Modern Craftsman, Motion Picture, National Geographic, Nature, NewsWeek, Outdoor Life, Photoplay, Physical Culture, Popular Science, Reader's Digest, Red Book, School Life, Short Stories, Sports Story, Sports Afield, Time, Teacher's Bulletin, True Detective Mystery, Uncle Sam's Diary, Popular MechanIc, Radio News, West and Western Story.
Lights Installed On
Hammock Sign Board
Highlands Hammock is in lights! After many delays and interruptions, lights have been installed on the Highlands Hammock sign board, located on federal highway between Sebring and Avon Park.
Last minute details were checked by Project Superintendent A. C. Altvater and R. A. construction engineer, Tuesday evening before the current was turned on. A time clock regulates the lights turning them on at 7:30 in the evening and off at 5 in the morning Lights are to be installed on the cther sign within the near future. It is located on the same highway between Sebring and Lake Placid.
rest of the game.
Bell and Leighton of the Sebring team led the hitting, each getting two blows, but the most damaging hit as far as 1420 was concerned was Bulger's line single with the bases loaded in the second.
Gravett and Kirk formed the battery for the Ocala team and with a little better support might have fared better. Dewhurst starred in the field and at bat for the losers.
With Quilling and Fowler both used up the first day, Coach Boudet pulled a surprise move and started Bell in the second game. Bell came through in fine style allowing only five hits and no earned runs. Tihe only run scored by Co. 1420 came across in the first inning after three successive errors by Co. 433.
The game started out as though it would be a pitcher's battle. Co. 453 going into the fifth still behind, 1 t> O. At this stage Bulger reached firs' on an error. stole second, was sacrificed to third, and then brought in by a perfect bunt by Strobel. Two hits kind two more bunts followed scoring five runs in all, Thi, clinched the game and assured Co. 453 of the trip to the district championships to be held soon.
Britt and Strobel led the batters
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DAILY RECORDS NOW KEPT
Daily records of the educational program are now being kept by the educational adviser. This is a new policy instituted by district headquarters and so far has worked out most satisfactorily. Previous. : to this, weekly a n d monthly reports had been kept. With this new addition the ground will be well covered and records up to date at all times.
room under his own power, but then, who wouldn't go when pusujed by McLarty and Rivenbark.
Lieut. Morrow: Well Reddish, I guess I'll have a cese omelette this morning.
Reddish: Will you have some eggs in your omelette.
Indiaentally. Who threw Lt. Mor row's fishing pole inthe lake and why?
Who was the young lady desiring infor on on the return of Cheshire?
The kitchen force would like to know why MRaecgets ice water everymrning?
- The golf bug is still sweeping the camp, If Cheshire doesn't ge back soon his other two clubs might lso be broken.
Slave Driver Fletcher has lot his ft1tation, it seems that Curley
.BehIs ding his rookies to such an,extent that there were threats Of going over the hill
El6 Witt Cigar Co.
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Before the clouds roll by a little That's the story of that's the glory
As long as there's the two of us We've got the world and-its charms And when the-world is throughgwith
We'Ve got each.other's arms,
You've got to win a little lose a
And alwaYs have the blues a little That's the story of that's the glory
of l ve.
Another thing we'd like to know: Where did Strobel go when he went to town to get a threeentstamp and why was Leighton on needles for two days thereafter,
Qirli I enjoyed the dance Raymond, but I do't see why you didn't dance more with Me.
Ray: I'm sorry, too, but I had quite a lot of intermission work to do.
Travis: I'll give him week end XCP for that.
Ray: Ilil see you on the wood pile, Travis.
It came to us that Charley Long was a very speedy young man. In fact, if we are to believe the story, he was to fast to control himself and ended on his nice Ceian white shirt on someone's front porch.
Qtilng finally put in his hours oft r duty. Of course "Barney" was always willing, but something alw s seemed to turn up to pre. vent his working,
And in ooncluon-wba't someone pleas get Faxr a drum?
A fine song ti qtil!09
A veteran really feels his im. portance when rookies arrive.
A severe shock-when you pause with your foot resting on the shovel, and your mind wanders to a life of ease and a damsel fair, then some one is sure to say: "All r ght, a little more on the handle!"
How true! Today Is the tomor.
row I worried about yesterday,
Who does not gurgle with glee when he is fortunate enough to miss a "show down" impection?
Goodsport-Fighting for your place when the command
"squads right" is given
Oh, oh, there'sa swell argument in hut twenty-four. Let's go get in it'... .
A Partng shotCould anyone tell me anything about this "striped paint" or whether the key to the water
tank *was found or not?
W. H. Hire
The only run unearned and rors.
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Latest Styles At
C. C. C. Boys Always
Co. 1420 AB
McCullough, If _.3 Dewhurst, 2b- ....4 Oarnes, cf -------4
Hogan, lb----- .....-- 4
Markham, 3b -....4 Coleman, ss ....-------3
Jarvis, rf ...--------3
Gravett, p ------3
KiCrk, c -----------3
TOTALS .-31 2
H PO AE 1100 2231
0201 0801 1321 0241 0000 0210 1420 62412 3 1 0 2 0 1
0 8 '0 1 1 3 2 1 0 2 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 1 4 2 0
0 24 12 5
Co. 453 AB R H PO AE
Quilling, ss-p .....- 5 0 0 0 4 0 Kazar, 2b-as .....------4 0 1 4 3 0
Bell, cf ..----------4. 0 2 0 0 0
ifitt, c__ ----------........4 1 0 6 2 0
Massey, lb ...-------...3 2 0 13 0 1
Leighton, lf-2b ___-3 1 2 0 6 0 Strobel, 3b------- 2 1 0 3 2 0 Bulger, rf--------....4 1 1 0 0 0
Fowler, p ......---------...1 0 0 0 0 0
Beatty, if -------- 2 0 0 1 0 0
TOTALS ...--------32 6 6 27 17 1
Score by innings: RHE
Co. 1420 ..------.....-200000 000-26 5
Co. 453 .--------04101000x-- 6 1
Hits--Off Gravett, 6; off Fowler, off Quilling, 4. Struck out by Gravett, 4; by Quilling 5. Bases on
ckley-Durrance Hardware Company
FURNITURE HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS
AND FISHING TACKLE
to "shoot pool"
The mechanics class, with the aid of a hand full of borrowed tools, has been struggling for the past two weeks with an old motor. It won't be long before it's running again,
I. G. A. STORES
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treading on air what it was?
Tw of the boys are trying to get Into the navy. No more goldbricking for them.
I'he !.fever blistE~rs" on Ralph. Page's lips are better. He must be staying in camp. In the right sur.roundings, the moon light will blister, my boy.
Leroy Skinner was taken to the station by his dad, when he left for the CCC. Having always lived a good ways out from town, Mr. Skin. War asked: "How long have you signed up for, son?" Leroy: "For on. ly six months." Mr. Skinner replied, "Well, I'll just wait at the post office -till youi get back, then you won't have to! Wait for me to opC e after you."
"A Well Dressed an Is Never
Run Down at the Heel"
over to the using service. From al ildications the boys are please with CCC life.
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^ ROGERS.^ O S PUBLISHED SEMI-MONTHLY BY COMPANY 463, CCC, FLA. SP-3. DISTRICT F T VOLUME I :--y SEBRING, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936 Number 41 CAMP 453 TEAM WINS BASEBALL TITLE Florida CCC Camp Commanders Meet At Cohference Held At Mulberry DUDLEY LOOKS OVER N E W SITE FOR COMPANY Camp and Paper Get Rating of Excellent From Heads The new proposed camp site for Company 453, CCC, was inspected by Captain Hugh B. Dudley, subdistrict inspector for this district and Captan L. P. Warren, Company Commander, last week while Captain Dudley was here on his regular inspection tour. After returning to camp, neither of the officials made any statement as to their attitude toward the moving the company. In an interview with a representative of the Rogers-Post, Captain Dudley stated that there were no new developments concerning the removal of Camp Florida. Your paper has all the facts that are available at the present time, he continued. Major Wallander, the new commanding officer of district "F,Â” with headquarters at Fort Screven, Georgia, made an official inspection tour of the camp last week pronouncing everything in excellent order. It was rumored around camp for a few days that the government had decided to fight foreclosure proceedings on the property which the camp is located on at the present time. Inspector Dudley, before leaving camp, gave it a rating of excellent. A mark of the same degree was given the camp paper. Upon doing so, he made the statement that Â“The Rogers-PostÂ” was the best paper that he had seen in the district. Citizens of Sebring and Avon Park are continually inquiring of en. roUees as to the possibilities of the company b^ .g removed from Highlands Coi r. ty. From a annoymous source, comes the report that a building will be built on the new site for the purpose of housing the office and other facilities necessary to carry on the army supe v sion. The cost of the project, it said, will be $8,000.00 Huts which re used by the boys for living quar'. jrs will be transported and set ufi on r the contemplated site. Government lease on the building and prenerty that is now being used by r apany 453, has expired and ly must vacate by Septcm-. SUPERINTENDENT BACK Buperinh ndent A. C. Altvater, of Highlands Camp, SP-3, returned to his duties this morning after an absence of one day from his duties at the office of the National Park Service which is located in the Florida Botanical Garden and Arboretum. He was forced to remain at his home for the short period due tx> a cold contracted when he was Â•caught out in a recent rain. The forced rest was greatly needed, as it has been necessary for him to spend many hours of over-time work. July 11, 1936, saw all the commanding officers and all the educational advisers of the sub-district meeting for a conference in Mulberry. The following companies were represented: 1420 and 1401 from Ocala, 1418 Sulphur Springs, 1421 Miami, 5468 Brooksville, 5430 Sarasota, 2415 Mulberry, and 453 Sebring. The conference was held for the purpose of discussing plans to improve the efficiency of the CCC program in the sub-district. Business was attended to Saturday morning and immediately afterwards the recreational part of the conference got in stride. A good old pistol shoot started the ball rolling. After more than an VINTEN TO SPEAK AT CCC CAMP MASS MEET C. R. Vinten, Regional Inspector National Park Service, for the state of Florida will be the principal speaker at the mass meeting of enrollees on July 27. Talks w.ll be made by Â“five CCC members, on various phases of safety, for which purpose the meeting is held. All foremen, leaders, assistant leaders and truck drivers have been requested by G. N. Hicks, safety director, to give a safety rule upon answering the roll call. Mr. Vinten is a former project superintendent of Highlands Camp, being assigned at the time of its creation. May 1934. Severing his connections with the camp in December of the same year, he became connected with the National Park Service, serving in the capacity of regional inspector. Regulations on safety are being adhered to by enrollees stricter at the present time than ever before. The monthly mass meeting and the weekly one have impressed the necessity of safety so clearly that it is part of the member routine. Having been connected with the Emergency Conservation Program almost from beginning Mr. Vinten is well qualified to speak on the policies of the organization. 1 Forest Heads Meet To Set Up Budget Mrs. Linwood Jeffreys, Park member of the Florida Board of Forestry, Harry Lee Baker, State Forester, and C. H. Schaeffer, Procurement Officer State ECW, met with the executive committee and trust fund committee of Highlands Hammock for the purposes of setting up the annual budget and shaping the policies of the organization. Prior to committee meetings, the officials made an inspection trip of Highlands Hammock State Park and the Florida Botanical Garden and Arboretum. A. C. Altvater, project superintendent of Highlands Camp, conducted them on the tour through the hammock and garden. heur cf shooting, Capt. Bennett of the Miami camp Was adjudged the winner and it is believed that he received the prize. During the pistol shoot, Cap'. Dudley, sub-district inspector, had on exhibition the pictures of the fish he caught the previous week. It was a mighty fish. The Captain also had the presence of mind to have a witness present. In the afternoon the baseball aggregation from Co. 1420, Ocala, and 453, Sebring, tangled in a hotly contested battle. Sebring emerged on the long end of 6 to 2 count. Members of the Co. 453 team spent Saturday evening in Lakeland viewing the big city lights once more. WAR DEPARTMENT TO SUPPLY MAGAZINES Magazines will again be supplied the camp, according to word received from district headquarters. The War Department has placed an order for periodicals to be furnished I all CCC companies for the year starting July 1, 1936. The list includes two subscriptions per company to Colliers, Saturday Evening Post, Liberty and Today Magazines and one subscription per company to Adventure, American Forests, American Magazine, Argosy, Aviation, Baseball, Blue Book, Current History, Detective Story Magazine, Field and Stream, Film Fun, Cosmopolitan, Home Craft, Hygla, Judge, Leisure, Life, Literary Digest, Midweek Pictorial. Modern Craftsman, Motion Picture, National Geographic, Nature, NewsWeek, Outdoor Life, Photoplay, Fhysical Culture, Popular Science, ReaderÂ’s Digest, Red Book, School Life, Short Stories, Sports Story, Sports Afield, Time, TeacherÂ’s Bulletin, True Detective Mystery, Uncle SamÂ’s Diary, Popular Mechanic Radio News, West and Western Story. Lights Installed On Hammock Sign Board Highlands Hammock is in lights! After many delays and interruptions, lights have been installed on the Highlands Hammock sign board, located on federal highway between Sebring and Avon Park. Last minute details were checked by Project Superintendant A. C. Altvater and R. A. construction engineer, Tuesday evening before the current was turned on. A time clock regulates the lights turning | them on at 7:30 in the evening and off at 5 in the morning Lights are to be installed on the ether sign within the near future. It is located cn the same highway between Sebring and Lake Placid. : To Play Georgians For Championship Of District Four Quilling, Bell Pitch Locals To Straight Wins Over Ocala Last weekend saw the bseball aggregation from Co. 453 traveling, to Mulberry for the begin nine of a three game series with Co. I42u from Ocala. The winning team to be declared the sub-district champions. Plans were changed at the outset and both teams decided toremain over and play a second game on Sunday morning. Co. 453 won a hard fought game Saturday afterI noon by a 6-2 score, then came back the following morning to take an easy 8 to 1 win. Both these wins by Co. 453 eliminating the necessity of playing a third game. Fowler started on the mound for 453 Saturday, and after a shaky start in which he allowed 1420 to score two runs in the first inning settled down in the second, only to sprain his ankle and have to bJ carried off the field. Quilling, who also plays for the Sebring Foremen, then took over the hurling duties and let the Ocala team down to four hits and no runs during th>; rest of the game. Bell and Leighton of the Sebring team led the hitting, each getting tw r o blows, but the most damaging hit as far as 1420 was concerned was BulgerÂ’s line single with the bases loaded in the second. Gravett and Kirk formed the battery for the Ocala team and with a little better support might have fared better. Dewhurst starred in I the field and at bat for the losers. With Quilling and Fowler both used up the first day. Coach Boudet pulled a surprise move and started Bell in the second game. Bell came through in fine style allowing only five hits and no earned runs. The only run scored by Co. 1420 came across in the first inning after three successive errors by Co. 453. The game started out as though it would be a pitcherÂ’s battle, Co. 453 going into the fifth still behind, 1 to 0. At this stage Bulger reached first on an error, stole second, was sacrificed to third, and then brought in by a perfect bunt by Strobel. Two hits and two more bunts followed scoring five runs in all. This clinched the game and assured Co. 453 of the trip to the district championships to be held soon. Britt and Strobel led the batters (Continued on Page Three) DAILY RECORDS NOW KEPT Daily records of the educational program are now being kept by the educational adviser. This is a new policy instituted by district headquarters and so far has worked out most satisfactorily. Previous ; to this, weekly and monthly reports had been kept. With this new addition the ground will be well covered and records up to date at all times.
PAGE TWO THE ROGERS-POST FRIDAY, JULY 11,1936 THE ROGERS-POST Semi-monthly publication of Co. 453, Fla. SP-3 CCC District Â“F,Â” Sebring, Fla. Â•Sponsor and Adviser M. A. BOUDET Editor W. L. CHESHIRE AssÂ’t Editor and Editorialist R. E. BARNES Business Manager G. G. McRAE Sports Editor L. R. KAZAR REPORTERS: Britt, Butts, Whidden, Farr, Rannou, Hemrick, Hutto, McLarty Captain L. P. Warren, Commanding A. C. Altvater, Project Superintendent Rookies, you have had the opportunity of enrolling in the three CÂ’s. Show the Government and your parents that you are grateful for it. By personal conduct, let it be known that the privilege is appreciated by giving a good dayÂ’s service for every day that you spend in the organization. The CCC has a two-fold purpose. First, to provide healthful employment for the largest possible number of idle young men and at the same time to make it useful employment and not a charity or a dole. Something that will be of present value and of increasing value as years go by. The; second measure in this two-fold program is to train and equip young men, so upon leaving the service they can take their place in the fields of industry, commerce, agriculture and social life. One of the best and important ways in which you can equip yourself for your respecive place in life, is to take advantage of the excellent Education Program offered in Rll camps. See the Educational Adviser at your earliest convenience. While enrolled in the CCC will be the best opportunity to study and obtain an education. A few weeks ago this paper carried an editorial concerning the urgent need of a larger and more adequate recreational hall. Since that time certain things have developed which make the matter of a hall impossible at this time. During the same period, the company has come into possession of some money of which a part could be used very nicely for the purpose of purchasing some games as well as other recreational devices for the entertainment of the boys. Subscriptions to a few leading newspapers would be a good thing. Newspapers will help to give the enrollees a wider range of reading material, thus giving them information on the happenings of the world at large. Â“The best paper that I have seen in the district,Â” was the opinion advanced by Captain Hugh B. Dudley, sub-district inspector, when he was asked to comment on The Rogers-Post. Members of the staff are proud the paper has this distinction, being the best in the district. It is very gratifying to know that the first issue of the regular newspaper publication has met with such overwhelming success. Praise has been voiced by all who have come in contact with a copy. Sickness is a very unfortunate circumstance to encounter, but those who have met with this misfortune, in the camp, have the assurance of being in the best of care. Dr. McDaniel and his first aide, James Cocker, give the boys every consideration and attention possible. Fourth of July Dance was the biggest that has been held in camp and was a success in every respect. Everyone wishes to thank Lieutenant Morrow, and all others, taking part in making it an event to be long remembered. UNDER THE SHADE TREE And it came to pass that Â“ShortyÂ” Dotson finally attended a class. Of course he did not get into the class room under his own power, but then, who wouldnÂ’t go when pursued by McLarty and Rivenbark. Lieut. Morrow: Well Reddish, I guess IÂ’ll have a cheese omelette this morning. Reddish: Will you have some eggs in your omelette. YouÂ’ve got to give a little, take a little And let your poor heart break a little ThatÂ’s the story of thatÂ’s the glory of love. YouÂ’ve got to laugh a little, cry a little Before the clouds roll by a little ThatÂ’s the story of thatÂ’s the glory of love. As long as thereÂ’s the two of us WeÂ’ve got the world and its charms And when the world is through with us TWISTED COMPARISONS This quotation might well be the cause of so much goldbricking: Â“The dreamer lives forever, while the toiler dies in a day.Â” Rookies, Rookies, everywhere and the camp looks fine again. There is nothng like a snappy halfhour of drill to wake one up. A fin*i crmcr t.it.lP! Â“Pot). Sf06S tll6 AVONÂ’S BEST GeorgeÂ’* Pool Room R.F. SAPPINGTON Hardware Merchandise, Sporting Goods and Fishing. Tackle AVON PARK Â— FLORIDA Congratulations to the Â“ROGERS. POSTÂ” KahnÂ’s Dept. Store Sebring, Fla. Dutton Motor Co. Auto Radio Refrigerator Sales Phone 214 Sebring, Fla. <$> Pan Dandy Bakery Bread Rolls Â“Always FreshÂ” Best Ingredients Used Incidentally. Who threw Lt. MorrowÂ’s fishing pole in the lake and why? Who was the young lady desiring information on the return of Cheshire? The kitchen force would like to know why McRae gets ice water every morning? The golf bug is still sweeping the camp. If Cheshire doesnÂ’t get back soon his other two clubs might also be broken. Slave Driver Fletcher has lost his reputation. It seems that Curley Bell Is driving his rookies to such an extent that there were threats of going over the hill. Eli Witt Cigar Co. Candies Novelties DIAL TOBACCO (Now 2 for 15c) Cigars Cigarettes WeÂ’ve got each otherÂ’s arms. YouÂ’ve got to win a little lose a little And always have the blues a little ThatÂ’s the story of thatÂ’s the glory of love. Another thing weÂ’d like to know: Where did Strobel go when he went to town to get a three-cent stamp and why was Leighton on needles for two days thereafter. Girl: I enjoyed the dance Raymond, but I donÂ’t see why you didnÂ’t dance more with me. Ray: IÂ’m sorry, too, but I had quite a lot of intermission work to do. Travis: IÂ’ll give him week end KP for that. Ray: IÂ’ll see you on the wood pile, Travis. It came to us that Charley Long was a very speedy young man. In fact, if we are to believe the story, he was too fast to control himself and ended on his nice clean white shirt on someoneÂ’s front porch. Quilling finally put in his hours of extra duty. Of course Â“BarneyÂ” was always willing, but something always seemed to turn up to prevent his working. And in concluson Â— wonÂ’t someone please get Farr a drum? quill!Â” The longest hour, IÂ’ve been told, is the one between eleven thirty and twelve-thirty on Fridays when the school kids have gone to camp. A veteran really feels his importance when rookies arrive. A severe shock Â— when you pause with your foot resting on the shovel, and your mind wanders to a life of ease and a damsel fair, then some one is sure to say: Â“All right, a little more on the handle!Â” How true! Today is the tomorrow I worried about yesterday. Who does not gurgle with glee when he is fortunate enough to miss a Â“show downÂ” inspection? Good sport Â— Fighting for your place when the command Â“squads rightÂ” is given. Oh, oh, there's a swell argument in hut twenty-four. LetÂ’s go get in it. A Parting shotÂ— Could anyone tell me anything about this Â“striped paintÂ” or whether the key to the water tank was found or not? Sebring, Fla. Â“CONGRATULATIONSÂ” W. H. Hires Â— Quality Produce Â— Tampa, Florida MorganÂ’s Barber Shop Â“Satisfaction GuaranteedÂ” Sebring, Fla.
FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1936 THE ROGKRS-POST PAGR THREE PM SERVICE CLUB DROPS NIGHT GAMES Last week saw the tvghly touted i Park Service team of Co. 453 take it on the chin in two contests which knocked them out of first place. The first game was lost to the army team of Co. 453 by the score of 3-2 in an exciting battle while the Junior team of Sebring took their measure ih the second encounter to the tune of 12 to 6. The game between the Army team and Park Service team left nothing to be desired as far as airtight ball was concerned, both teams performing very notably. Niles, Army pitcher, hurled shutout ball until the ninth frame when Strobel, third sacker let one slip through his legs and permitted two runs to come in. Every game between the two camp aggregations promises to be one of great excitement and interest as a strong feeling of rivalry*' exists between them. Again Friday night in a game with the Juniors of Sebring the Park Service team drank deeply of the dregs of defeat. Both teams played loose ball and each contributed its share of errors but it seems as though it was the JuniorsÂ’ night to win so win they did, the final score being 12 to 6. Batteries for the Army-Park Service game were Niles and Quilling for the winners; Hood and Leighton for the loosers. R. Surrency and J. Freeland formed the battery for the Juniors Friday night while Beatty and Wat* son hurled and caught for the losers. TARBUTTONÂ’S THE BEST OF QUALITY AT THE BEST PRICES. AVON PARK Â— FLA. C. C. COBB Â“MenÂ’s Wear All Latest Styles At Reasonable Prices Sebring Florida C. C. C. Boys Always WELCOME AT ABRAMS Â“EVERYTHING TO WEARÂ” Avon Park Florida CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM TO TRAVEL The baseball team of Co. 453 is soon to travel in quest of the district title. Having won the sub-district championship in Mulberry last week end. the team feels confident that it will make a good showing at the district tournament. It it not yet known where the district tournament will take place, but it is understood that it may be either in Olustee or in Ocala. The leading team of w that part of the district at present is the strong Fargo, Ga.. outfit. Homerville, last year's champions, seems to have been eliminated. BALL BEARINGS The mo6t sensational catch of the season was made by Leighton in the second game Â— a running diving catch of a foul fly. CAMP 453 TEAM WINS BASEBALL TITLE (Continued from Page One) in this game with two hits apiece. Hogan pitched a good game for the Co. 1420 team but again the Ocala support cracked. The box score: i I'J Co. 453 AB R H PO A E Quilling, ss .. i-4 2 1 0 3 2 Kazar, 2b 4 1 1 0 2 0 Massey, lb Â— 5 0 0 13 1 0 Britt, c 5 0 2 6 3 0 Leighton, If 4 1 0 4 0 0 Bulger, rf 5 2 0 0 0 0 "Butts, rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 Beatty, cf 3 0 0 0 0 2 Rivenbark, cf 0 0 0 1 0 0 Strobel, 3b ... 4 l 2 3 4 0 Bell, p 3 l 1 0 2 0 TOTAL 40 8 7 27 15 4 Co. 1420 AB R H PO i A E McCullough, If 4 0 0 1 0 0 Dewhurst, 2b 4 1 1 2 4 0 Carnes, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Markham, 3b 4 0 0| 1 1 3 Coleman, ss 2 0 0 1 1 1 Matthews, c Â— 4 0 2 7 0 1 Kirk, rf --_ 4 0 1 0 0 0 Gravett, If 4 0 0 14 0 1 Hogan, p 3 0 0 0 7* 0 TOTAL 33 1 5 27 13 6 Score by innings: i % R H E 453 000 050 120Â—8 7 4 1420 .100 000 000-1 5 6 Bell struck out 6; Walked 2; Hit 1Kirk. Hogan struck out 4; Walked 3 ; hit l.Kazar. Co. 1420 AB R H PO A E McCullough, If Â— .3 0 1 1 0 0 Dewhurst, 2b .. 4 1 2 2 3 1 Carnes, cf 4 1 0 2 0 1 Hogan, lb .. 4 0 0 8 0 1 Markham, 3b 4 0 1 3 2 1 Coleman, ss -3 0 0 2 4 1 Jarvis, rf 3 0 0 0 0 0 Gravett, p ~i3 0 0 2 1 0 Kirk, c 3 0 1 4 2 0 TOTALS -.31 2 6 24 : 12 5 Co. 453 AB R H PO A E Quilling, ss-p 5 0 0 0 4 0 Kazar, 2b-ss Â— 4 0 1 4 3 0 Bell, cf 4 0 2 0 0 0 Britt, c 4 1 0 6 2 0 Massey, lb 3 2 0 13 0 1 Leighton, lf-2b 3 1 2 0 6 0 Strobel, 3b --2 1 0 3 2 0 Bulger, rf 4 1 1 0 0 0 Fowler, p 1 0 0 0 0 0 Beatty, If -2 0 0 1 0 0 TOTALS ...32 6 6 27 17 1 Score by innings: R HE Co. 1420 .200 000 ( 300Â—2 6 5 Co. 453 ..041 010 OOx Â— 6 6 1 COMPLETE COURSE IN LIFE SAVING Clyde Smart and Emmett Barrett have Just returned from Co. 451, Olustee, Fla., where, together with representatives from the other camps throughout the state, they 4 ^.attended a life saving school which rlasted,. for one week. With Smart and Barrett completing the course in fine style, Qo. 453 can now boast of four members possessing life saving certificates, which fact leaves the camp pretty well supplied as far as life guards are concerned. Most of the enrolless are pretty fair swimmers but for those who are inexperienced there will be a guard on duty. Much credit for the splendid showing of the team in the second game should go to "Trainer Sweetheart" McLarty for keeping the ball chasers from the bright lights. The bunting game finally clicked in Saturday's game. One run befilnd going into the fifth, the company aggregation managed to squeeze in five runs through the medium of three bunts and two hits. Strobel got into the hit column Saturday by banging out two hits, one ol them being a lusty double to right center. HitsÂ— Off Gravett, 6; off Fowler, off Quilling, 4. Struck out by Gravett, 4; by Quilling 5. Bases on Hinckley-Durrance Hardware Company FURNITURE HARDWARE SPORTING GOODS AND FISHING TACKLE PHONE 74 102 CIRCLE Sebring, Fla, The team suffered a blow in the first game when Fowler had to be taken out after the second inning with a severely wrenched right ankle. Bulger was robbed of a double when his fair drive into right field was called foul. balls Â— By Gravett, 1. Hit by pitched ball Â— Strobel (2) and Beatty by Gravett; McCullough by Fowler. Winning pitcher Â— Fowler. Sebring Pool Room CCC Members Always WELCOME Step In While Waiting' for the Trucks Learn to Â“shoot poolÂ” The only run scored off Bell was unearned and entirely due to errors. Hogan, spunky Ocala infielder and pitcher, suffered from scratches and bruises about the face when he collided with a stake while chasing a fly ball. The Ocala team proved itself to be one of the most sportsmanlike outfits encountered by 453 this season. Nice going, boys. MOTOR TO RUN AGAIN The mechanics class, with the aid of a hand full of borrowed tools, has been struggling for the past two weeks with an old motor. It won't be long before it's running again. Lakeland Creamery Inc. Ice Cream Sherberts Sebring, Fla. Moonkist Tel. 100 Novelties I. G. A. STORES HOME OWNED STORE Â“WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGEÂ” On the Circle, Sebring, Florida Thomas Whitehouse & Sons StebbinÂ’s A.A. Store and CarterÂ’s Market FANCY GROCERIES AND WESTERN MEATS AVON PARK Â— FLORIDA
THE ROGERS-POST THE CCC CAMP PAGE POUR NEW CLASSES FOR CAMP ARE STARTED Beginning this week two new classes are expected to get into operation. One in woodworking to be taught by Lieut. Morrow and one in typing to be taught by Roy Barnes. The wood working class will only cost the members the price of the materials necessary for the work. The equipment expected to be ready for use in' the near future consists Roosevelt in his proclamation With inspired revelation *Calls the boys throughout the Nation : To the CC camp. In his plan of preservation Helping in the restoration Keeping rules : and regulaton In the CC camp. On his -tour of visitation Boys give him a great ovation Per his kind consideraton To the CC camp. PARK JOTTINGS : By G. R. BRITT Calvin Britt ~ and Hollie Hatchell on a scouting "trip for a Fire Lane in Charles Bowlegs Creek swamp, -.the other day found. -a Â“loversÂ’ vineÂ’Â’ which Â’they both broke a piece off and threw over their shoulders to see if it would live. ^ The next day Hatchell was leadFRIDAYy JULY 17, 193 .. Tropical State "Â‘Â‘bank Member Federal D eqo s i t Insurance Corporation Â• =r= .Â• J 15 Circle Phone 65 Sebring, Fla. of a jig saw, a lathe, an electric motor, and numerous hand wood-working tools. The shop is to' be situated in the old dark room where* The Rogers-Post was printed. -The typing class will cost all members desiring to take it 60c per month. This fee will take care of typewriter rental. So far four members have signified their intention oftaking the course, all others washing to sign up should see Mr. Boudet as soon as posible and make the necessary arrangements. LISTEN!! By R. G. FARR This bunch of Â“rookiesÂ” are obliging about acquiring (or trying) such articles as Â“revalie oilÂ”, Â“box stretchersÂ” and Â“keys to the water tankÂ” for some of us. Keep it up! Both LambÂ’s and BulgerÂ’s Â‘Big MomentsÂ” will soon be back from up north. What a nice case for blackmail. We hear that a local, girl named Sue was giving Sweetheart McLarty the Â“eagle eyeÂ”, one night at the ball game. It seems that a preacher said a few words to Â“PinkyÂ” Taylor on the Glorious Fourth and he has been treading on air ever since. I wonder what it was? Two of the boys are trying to get into the navy. No more goldbricking for them. The ffever blistersÂ” on Ralph PageÂ’s lips are better. He must be staying in camp. In the right surroundings, the moon light will blister, my boy. Leroy Skinner was taken to the station by his dad, when he left for the CCC. Having always lived a good ways cut from town, Mr. Skinner asked: Â“HOw long have you signed up for, son?Â” Leroy: Â“For only six months.Â” Mr. Skinner replied, Â“Well, IÂ’ll just wait at the post office 'till you; get back, then you wonÂ’t have toll wait for me to corpe after you.Â” > Â“A Well Dressed Man Is Never Run Down at the HeelÂ” flTRY; The Modem Shoe Shop Sebring, Florida Our great and glorious Nation In this work of cultivation cJives, the boys an education Through the CC camp. K In the task 1 of reclamation Get good food and recreation ThereÂ’s no ground for lamentation In the CC camp. Helpful is our remuneration In work and play no liimtatibh Greater than the best vacation Is the CC camp. The Captain does the explanation The Boys they do the observation The Sergeant calls it civilization Out in the CC camp. A lovely spot and. ideal location Model home of sanitation Plenty of pep and stimulation In the CC camp. Music and song some recitation A morning prayer with meditation Brings the army of salvation To the CC camp. t Out of this youthful generation A boy some day will lead this nation In its joy or tribulatiqn Hurrah for the CC cpp. Commandant George Jaeger Sebring, Florida. NEW RECRUITS ARRIVE JT Seventeen new recruits arrived in camp July 7 from the east coast and are going through the period of conditioning before being turned over to the using service. From all indications the boys are pleased with CCC life. f S> i -Â• Get Your HairCut At ClineÂ’s Barber Shop Sebring, Florida Have Your Cleaning Done the Right Way by Sebring Cleaners Â“Quality ServiceÂ” Sebring, Florida HIGHLANDS BARBER SHOP Â“WE AIM TO SATISFYÂ” AVON PARK Â— FLORIDA ipg .the crew back to the starting point of the day. He seemingly got lost, but was headed for the spot of the Â“lovers vine,Â” to see .if it was living. (If the vine lives the girl loves you). So if Hatchell is absent from bed check or goes ; AWOL, you might -guess where he IS. ,r Â‘ ~ Â• Â‘ ; ; We wonder how (Sleeping Beauty) Quilling likes his newly acquired position. Stick in there withÂ’m Sleeping Beauty. The Park Service, SP-3, has a large GMC truck which they borrowed from the Forestry Department. It is so long that they meas. ure the wheel-base in yards instead of inches. It seems that John Rus,sell (Huckel Berry) Strobel, an exarmy truck driver has been appointed pilot for the monster. He plans on making the score even with the Avon Park law by going through the town sideways. (What a shame to demolish the town like that, Huckel Berry.) Ollie Weaver, known to many of his friends by another name, was complimented the other night for ~ the excellent scaffold that he built. It is rumored that the scaffold saved his life many times that day. Have you noticed? That Mr. Altvater islost without his walking stick Â— it is unusual to see Mr. Mann without a stub of a cigarette in his mouth Â— Mr. Norris is capable of attracting an ? audience any time Â— Mr. Cornell's ability to turn out excellent and neat work in such a short time. Mandis Dairy Pure Jersey Milk Â“pest By Test Â” 19 So. Ridgewood -Drive Sebring, Fla. CIRCLE T HE A T R E SEBRING, FLA. Program from July 9 thru 25. SUNDAY MONDAY Â“HEART IN BONDAGEÂ” WITH JAMES DUNN, DAyiD MANNERS, CHARLOTTE HENRY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ROBERT TAYLOR LORETTA YOUNG In Â“PRIVATE NUMBERSÂ” THURSD AY-FRID AY Two Admissions for One ROBERT YOUNG, BRUCE CABOT BETTY FURNESS In Â“THE THREE WISE GUYSÂ” SATURDAY NIGHT Â“THE LAWLESS NINETIESÂ” WITH JOHN WAYNE July -26-27, Frances Langford in Â“Palm Springs.Â” July 28-29, Â“The Princess Comes Across.Â” Aug. 2-3, Â“Three Cheers for Love.Â” Aug. 9 10. Â“Rythm On the Range.Â” Highlands Hardware & Paint Company INC. PAINTS Sebring, Florida SPORTING GOODS TOOLS Tel. 218 The Benford Stationery Company Complete Office Outfitters Lakeland, Florida Agents for UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, SUNDSTRAND ADDING MACHINES AND MARCHANT CALCULATING MACHINES CONGRATULATIONS TO THE Â“Rogers-PostÂ” THE TABLE SUPPLY STORE SEBRING, FLORIDA